This will be a mix of power 5 and mid majors. I tend to give a break to mid majors because of funding and facility issues but some of them have had previous major success that are now struggling. Power 5 1.Miami- Fairly new coach but the team is not very strong, best win is against a very below average Iowa team 2. Clemson- Best win against Cornell which is a good win but sense around the program is that the team is not very good and should continue to struggle 3. Penn State- a team to watch, seems to be down this year but getting a new facility soon. 4. Iowa- This team is not very good and needs a new direction 5. Nebraska- Should battle for the basement of the Big 10 with Iowa and Michigan State. New blood needed. 6.Arizona- Like Miami should be much better, the new coach like Miami was not ready for a high major job. 7. Alabama- Husack has by far his best team but overall body of work is terrible, let's see if there are usual transfers or if the team falls apart by the end of the season. 8. LSU-I know they have a new coach but I just don't get the feeling this is going to go well. 9. Purdue- Not very good, a team to keep an eye on. 10. Washington- Should be way better, might be time for some new blood. 11. Michigan State- Here every year 12. Kentucky a team to keep an eye on 13. Ole Miss- Some people might think this should be on the list but I think the jury is still out 14. Utah- A team to keep an eye on Mid Major (Most Teams are out west for the obvious reason that location and history they should be good) 1. George Washington- The new coach should be in the Pro's or private coaching. College tennis is not his thing. Team has bottomed out. 2. San Diego State- New direction needed 3. UC Irvine- Used to be good, now is irrelevant. 4. North Florida- I know they have a brand new coach but I thought the hire was terrible. I can't believe they couldn't do better. 5. Davidson- New direction needed 6. Rice- Was on the hot seat a few years ago but had 2 years of solid teams but they are back to being under performing. A team to watch. 7. St. Mary's- Used to have a competitive program, they are pretty bad now 8. Nevada- See St. Mary's 9. Boise State- Greg lost his way with recruiting the past 2 years taking some behavioral issue kids. Could take a while to get back on track. 10. Gonzaga- yes, they are undefeated but it's time for a new direction. Nice new facility and name recognition with basketball but a very weak program. 11. Pacific- Should be a lot better with a new facility 12. Hawaii- Needs new blood, extremely weak Schools that need to add Men's Tennis (No Excuse not to add a Men's Team) 1. Kansas 2. Missouri 3. Washington State 4. Oregon State needs both M/W 5. Kansas State 6. San Jose State I expect a lot of blow back but thought I would start the conversation.